• Profesor Libre of the Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales y Agrimensura, Universidad Nacional del Nordeste. Corrientes, Argentina, 1999.
  • CAD instructor, Instituto de Formación y Estudios Sociales. Santander (Spain) 1996.
  • Associate Professor for Graphic Expression Techniques, Geographic Engineering Department, University of Cantabria, Santander (Spain), 1995.
  • Member of the Environmental Design section of the Cuban Artists and Writers Union (UNEAC), 1990.
  • Member of the National Monuments Commission, Havana, 1982-89.
  • Assistant Professor, Superior Institute for Industrial Design (ISDI), Havana, 1988.
  • Assistant Researcher, Ministry for Construction, Havana, 1985.
  • Professor, "José A. Echeverría" Superior Polytechnic Institute (ISPJAE), Havana, 1984.


I have been involved in teaching since 1970, dealing mainly with those questions related to the theory of Design. During this time I have attended seminars and courses imparted by relevant figures in this field such as Sven Hesselgren, Tomás Maldonado, Gui Bonsiepe and Claude Schnaidt.

The introduction of new design techniques in Cuba, including Computer Aided Design, was the subject of papers delivered by me as soon as 1982 in events like the First National Conference on Building Science and Technology and the Second Congress of the Latin-American Industrial Design Association (ALADI). My experience in this field includes localization, customizing and software development in AutoCAD/AutoLISP/WINDOWS environment, the use of Computer Graphics programs and Desktop Publishing.

As a Professor I was a member of the Faculty of Architecture at the Instituto Superior Politécnico "José A. Echeverría" (ISPJAE) and one of the founders of the Instituto Superior de Diseño Industrial e Informacional (ISDI). My name was included in the first edition of the Catalogue of Latin-American Industrial Design Teachers and Researchers published by the Laboratorio Brasileiro de DESIGN Industrial.

I have read papers in the First Ibero-American Encounter on Cities (Lima, 1983), lectured on Cuban Architecture in Budapest (1979) and in the Universities of Algiers and Constantine (1981) as part of the cultural exchange activities within the International Architects Union (UIA).

I have taken part as as an invited Professor in the Master's Degree Programs at the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés (La Paz) and the Universidad Autónoma Tomás Frías (Potosí), both in Bolivia (1996), and in the Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Corrientes, Argentina (1999).

My practice as an architect has been mentioned in specialized publications such as professor Roberto Segre's books on recent Cuban Architecture. The "Máximo Gómez" Vocational School (1976) which I designed was included in the Cuban exhibit at the Second World Biennale of Architecture (Sofia, 1983).

I established my residence in Spain in 1992, working as a CAD and GIS consultant and teacher. Since 1995 I am an Associate Professor for Computer Aided Design in the University of Cantabria (UC), and CAD Instructor at the Instituto de Formación y Estudios Sociales (IFES), teaching AutoCAD, and Microstation based CAD and GIS applications.

In the recent past, I have taken part, either as an independent consultant or within the UC's collaboration programs, in the following tasks:

  • SIGRID, Facilities Management system for Electra de VIESGO (Santander, Spain).
  • Urban Planning for the Municipality of Colindres (Cantabria, Spain).
  • CAD & GIS counselling for the municipality of Marina de Cudeyo (Cantabria, Spain).
  • CAD training at the Engineering Department of SENER, Ingeniería y Sistemas, S.A. (Bilbao).
  • GIS training at ERYBA, Estudios de Mercado, S.A. (Bilbao).
  • GIS training, Departamento de Concentración Parcelaria, Diputación Regional de Cantabria.
  • CAD Mapping Techniques, Departamento de Montes, Diputación Regional de Cantabria.
  • Solid Waste Management GIS, Consejería de Medio Ambiente.
  • METRO Visor, a Facilities Management project developed for Metro BILBAO.
  • GIS training and customization for the Municipality of Santander's Town Plan.
  • Masters Degree Program CAD courses delivered in Bolivia (La Paz and Potosí) and Argentina (Corrientes)

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  5. MAIN PROJECTS (Architecture & Industrial Design)

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